Setting goals is the key to success. Without a goal in sight, it’s hard to strive for a better future. Why not add your goals to your bullet journal? Your bullet journal goals page doesn’t have to be elaborate, make it something that works for you!


Your bullet journal goals can be big or small. Track your monthly goals, quarterly goals, yearly goals, and long term goals.


Don’t have any goals? Set some, right now! Whether it be drinking more water, working out more often, or just going to bed earlier. Start small and achieve those goals, and then strive for bigger goals. Let’s bring this whole bullet journal thing full circle. Plan, set goals and become a better you.





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Monthly Goals for Bullet Journal

Monthly Goals Box Layout

You can see the full April Bullet Journal Setup HERE.


For the month of April, I went with sunflowers. Instead of drawing sunflowers 4 billion times I decided to just keep the color scheme going. This monthly goals page is simple, functional, and large enough to incorporate all of my monthly goals.


How to make this spread your own:

  • Create more or fewer boxes for your goals. (1 for each goal)
  • Add timelines.
  • Keep it in line with your monthly color scheme/design.
  • Add a motivating quote on the bottom.


Supplies I used for this cover page:

Bullet Journal: LEUCHTTURM 1917 MEDIUM 

Fineliners: PIGMA MICRONS (all linework, “April”, sunflowers, and numbers)

Markers: CRAYOLA SUPER TIPS (sunflowers)



Bullet Journal Goals Pages


Minimalistic Goals Page

If you like clean and simple pages in your bullet journal, this is for you! It’s easy to read and you can use your favorite lettering for a little more personality. Consider using separation lines, and different colors to change it up a bit.


You can see the full Minimalist Bullet Journal Setup HERE.


Supplies I used for this cover page:

Bullet Journal: MINIMALISM ART







Green Goals Page Using Boxes

This was an old March bullet journal page. I decided to use green for the month of March (St. Patricks Day). Each goal category has a dedicated box, it’s simple yet it kept my monthly theme intact.


This wraps up my “Goals” bullet journal pages for now. I hope you found some inspiration for your next goals page. This page will be updated, so be sure to check back for more.


Looking for more inspiration when it comes to your layouts/spreads? Check out my post on Bullet Journal Brain Dump pages here.


Find inspiration for your next monthly setup? I’d love to see it! Tag #gottadot on Instagram for a chance to be featured there or even right here on my blog. Don’t use social media? That’s cool too, simply take a picture and send it to ([email protected]).


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